February 21, 2019 RSS feed / Editorial Page

Words of Encouragement

Amateur magician’s practice session doesn’t end well for wife

You might have heard about the amateur magician who, while prac­ticing new tricks in his living room, accidentally turned his wife into a La-Z-Boy recliner.  He tried all the magic words he knew to turn her back, but nothing worked. More...

Consumers get answers from Ga. Department of Agriculture

Consumer Q’s is a weekly ques­tion and-answer column by Arty Schronce at the Georgia Depart­ment of Agriculture. More...

This weeks tips from the BBB

A flurry of inquiries to Better Business Bureau (BBB) about ve­hicle wrap offers has prompted a warning for consumers considering the promotions.  More...

Nolia’s Notes

Southern by sandwich

This time of year when the temperature hits below freezing at night and the days are gloomy and overcast, I long for a good ol’ tomato sandwich. Not just any to­mato sandwich, but a real one. Let me explain.  More...

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Vegetable varieties

Choosing vegetable varieties is one of the highlights of my vegetable growing season. I think the reason I enjoy this so much is because it is like you have a chance to start fresh each year. More...

Successful fundraiser

TO THE EDITOR

TO THE EDITOR   The fundraiser for Larry Fort­son held at Fishing Creek Baptist Church on February 9, was such a success that it’s hard to find words to express appreciation to all who cooked, donated food, came and ate a great meal, and t More...

Across The Savannah

R.I.P Faithful Ones

I had to see it. I heard it was up North Carolina way, and with the aid of my son-in-law’s Garmin GPS I found it, the resting place of mules and horses. To see this poi­gnant cemetery is to see how urban encroachment chews up farmland. More...